Colorful flowers in spring, such as cherry blossoms and azaleas
A stroll in the castle town under the fine soft sunshine, wearing a traditional kimono
Culinary delights of spring, such as delicious hamaguri clams
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At "Nabana-no-Sato", you can see various flowers and trees through the four seasons. The seasonal events which can be enjoyed from spring to winter are popular. > See details
Each time you visit, there is sure to be a new touching feeling caused by the different views of each season. The ropeway, which takes 12 minutes for a one way ride in the sky, has one of the biggest scales in the world. > See details
The number of breeding species is the largest in Japan! An aquarium that keeps approximately 1,200 species of animals. > See details
Ise Jingu is called "Oise-san" by the locals, and has long been known as the home of the Japanese spirit. > See details
The stone pavement and the beautiful forest. This is a popular ridge on Kumanokodo-Iseji route. > See details
Matsusa beef is known as a brand beef as good as Kobe beef among Japanese. > See details
A sheer excitement for lovers of automobiles! One big recreational park with attractions related to automobiles. > See details
Mikimoto Pearl Island, a green lush island sitting on Toba Bay, is the very first place in the world that succeeded in culturing pearls.
On the large island, there are facilities such as the Pearl Museum, where you can learn everything about pearls, and the Pearl Plaza (shop and restaurant) and you will also be able to watch the diving demonstration by "Ama" (women divers) wearing their traditional white diving costume. > See details
The "Akame 48 Falls" are an art of nature created by the series of numerous falls that continue all the way to the upstream of the river.
Falls of various sizes are scattered including "Akame-gobaku" (The Akame Five Waterfalls) which are "Fudo-daki" Fall, "Senju-daki" Fall, "Nunobiki-daki" Fall, "Ninai-daki" Fall and "Biwa-daki" Fall. > See details
There are many small paddy fields in the Maruyama area of Kumano City and it is called a thousand plate fields.
The landscape is wonderful, and it is said to be the best landscape of terraced paddy fields in Japan.
A small field spreads in and out several times, saying that "one is hidden under the shade hat" when thinking that one is missing, the number of which is about 1340 pieces. > See details
Spring season: from March 1, 10:00 AM
until May 31, 2021, 11:59 PM
The results of the contest will be posted on the official #visitmie contest website.
Winners will be announced in Mid-June, 2021. (tbd)
We will select the winning entries that depict charms of Mie Prefecture based on a strict and fair process.
Winners will be notified by direct message to their Instagram accounts.
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